Election 2018: Xavier Becerra Seeking Four More Years as California Attorney General

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Xavier Becerra became California's Attorney General when he was chosen by Governor Jerry Brown as Kamala Harris’s successor in early 2017. (Photo: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

As part of KQED's ongoing election coverage, Forum speaks with Xavier Becerra, the incumbent in the 2018 race for California Attorney General. Since being chosen by Governor Jerry Brown as Kamala Harris’s successor early last year, Becerra has sued the federal government more than 40 times on issues ranging from healthcare to immigration. We'll talk to Becerra about his vision for the state.

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Guests:

Xavier Becerra, California Attorney General; former congressman representing the 34th congressional district

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